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The Father of Good

Our Father, who art in Heaven, this is probably the most popular prayer on our daily lives. It means everything in our life of prayer; it encompasses all we need, from bodily needs, all the way to spiritual. There are times where we don't get what we want; however, it doesn't mean we needed them. If we put our trust in Him, in His divine hands, He will provide. After all, He is the Father of Good, in Him, all things are possible. Ask and you Shall receive, but as long as it is good for us.

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